Posts Tagged ‘ Brazil ’

Breitbart Lives (Andrew’s Fans Gather In New York)

Breitbart Lives (Andrew’s Fans Gather In New York)

The last We Are Breitbart gathering I went to was also the first-at least, on the Eastern seaboard-and wasn’t an event that I relished attending. It was held to mourn and honor a man whom we all admired and loved, who had died less than a week before at the apex of a career spent...
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The Great Debate

The Great Debate

Even as an American war in the Levant looms, we shouldn’t forget that the critical issue of legalizing tens of millions of aliens living in the United States-as well as increasing the flow of legal immigration to this country exponentially in coming decades-will be addressed during the tail-end of a generally lethargic session of...
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Brown Pride

Brown Pride

We don’t often cover the sporting news at American Rattlesnake, but after Cain Velasquez’s decisive victory over mixed martial arts rival Junior Dos Santos yesterday I thought it appropriate to revisit a post from last year where we examined the identity politics behind these fighters’ first matchup.
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Identity Politics

Identity Politics

I normally wouldn’t devote an entire post to mixed martial arts, especially when there are such vital issues to discuss-including the Obama administration’s continued war against the State of Arizona. The sport doesn’t particularly appeal to me as a spectator, and I’m of the opinion that if I wanted to watch men who didn’t know...
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Cooperation

Cooperation

Courtesy of Talking Points Memo, we have a story about the potential for finding common ground on immigration enforcement in the coming year.Although skeptical that President Obama, let alone his ostensible allies on Capitol Hill, will pivot away from a full-throated legalization push,
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Flyboys

Flyboys

You would think that after the September 11th massacres, the United States would be a little more selective about who it allows to participate in flight-training programs. You would think, but you would be wrong.
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